Banking consolidation continues apace

Central Banking | 18 Sep 2008

After months of speculation of its weakest elements, the global banking sector has undergone what many are calling a long overdue consolidation within the space of a few days. Here's a summary of what has happened, its happening - and may happen next.

Topics: International, hsbc, China, banks, sovereign wealth funds, Private equity, Bank of America, Citigroup, Barclays, HBOS, JPMorgan

HSBC set to go online in China

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Topics: hsbc, China, Asia, Hong Kong

Speech by Tony Latter of the HKMA

Central Banking | 22 Oct 2001

Topics: hsbc, banks, Hong Kong

The stability-oriented monetary policy of the ECB

Central Banking | 06 Sep 2001

Topics: hsbc, ECB, France

RBA will make rates decision at meeting on 1 May

Central Banking | 30 Apr 2001

Topics: hsbc, Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia

Iran plans to tap capital markets for funds-cbank

Central Banking | 17 Apr 2001

Topics: hsbc, Hong Kong

HKMA, HSBC beef up anti-counterfeiting measures

Central Banking | 11 Dec 2000

Topics: hsbc, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, HKMA, Joseph Yam

Taiwan central bank attacks HSBC over T$ forecast

Central Banking | 30 Nov 2000

Topics: hsbc, Hong Kong, Taiwan

Bank of Thailand considers sale of two state banks

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Topics: hsbc, City,

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